The Placentia City Council has allocated funds in the Capital Improvement Program Budget to restore the Kraemer Memorial Park Dolphin Fountain and the surrounding plaza area. The City has partnered with the Placentia Community Foundation to create an opportunity for the community to invest in this one-of-a-kind historic project by incorporating a legacy brick dedication program into this restoration effort. The Foundation is a registered 501(3)(c) non-profit dedicated to providing grant funds to local Placentia-based non-profits and service organizations.
The City and Foundation are selling personalized commemorative bricks to the community for installation in the fountain plaza area as part of this legacy project. The funds raised will help the Foundation invest further in local organizations benefiting the Placentia community and will help the City offset some construction costs related to the fountain and plaza restoration effort. More importantly, it provides the larger community an opportunity to participate in this legacy project and be a part of Placentia's legacy!
Bricks are now on sale and cost $130 each. Placentia seniors (65+) can purchase a brick for $95. For more information, click here for some frequently asked questions, or contact the Community Services Department at (714) 993-8232.